Netflix’s “Conversations With a Killer: The Ted Bundy Tapes,” a four-part docuseries about the notorious serial killer, launched Thursday. The preview above, including an interview with one of the women who actually survived her encounter with Ted Bundy, will tide over true-crime fans for a few hours until they can binge watch — if it doesn’t scare them to death.
In the short clip, Carol DaRonch describes her abduction by Bundy at the age of 18 in Utah. The Bundy survivor describes how he tricked her into thinking he was a police officer and said her car had been broken into and asked her to come with him down to the station. She thought this was strange, but went along with it.
DaRonch then described how Bundy pulled over beside an elementary school and got a handcuff on one of her wrists.
“I had never been so frightened in my entire life,” she said. “And I know this is cliche, but my whole life went before my eyes. I thought, ‘My God, my parents are never going to know what happened to me.’ The next think I knew he had pulled out a gun and said, ‘I’ll blow your head off.’ I just thought, ‘Go ahead. Just go ahead. Do it. Just kill me now.'”
“Conversations with a Killer: The Ted Bundy Tapes” is available for streaming now on Netflix.